Little Brazil in Sugar Hill
Samba is a place to experience the art of culinary artistry. Here, South American culinary tradition is exalted. A gastronomic trip from our hearts to yours unfolds. Within our expansive 2,000 sq. ft. dining space, indulge in the unique 'Churrasco' table service, offering an array of endless meat delicacies, complemented by a constantly evolving buffet of authentic Brazilian specialties. All of this is set to the soothing beats and melodies of Brazilian music. Samba redefines the essence of fine-dining.
Sugar Hill is a city in northern Gwinnett County in the U.S. state of Georgia, included within the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 18,522 as of the 2010 census, making it the fourth-largest city in Gwinnett County. As of 2020, the estimated population was 23,994. It is in close proximity to Lake Lanier and the foothills of the North Georgia mountains. == History == Sugar Hill was established through a charter by the Georgia state assembly in 1939 as the Town of Sugar Hill and officially incorporated on March 24, 1939.
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First time eating here and I was impressed. We loved the variety of meats and the sides/salad bar was excellent also. Staff was attentive, never stopped bringing different meats.
Superb all-you-can-eat food. The first time had Brazilian all-you-can-eat and loved it. Great ambiance and dining place. The buffet was well organized. The staff were super friendly and took the time to chat with us and share the culture. This is the perfect example of how to run a family-owned restaurant. Hence 5 stars. This made us feel welcomed! Best wishes to you ❤️